Frankly I couldn’t bear to to watch David Cameron this evening on BBC Question Time, speaking to the BBC audience because I knew how angry I would get. The bits I did hear were bad enough.The PM compared his battle to keep Britain in the European Union to Sir Winston Churchill’s fight against Hitler as he admitted he has to do more if he is to win the referendum. I fail to see the analogy.
Who is the PM actually fighting? Certainly not the EU, is it? He is fighting the British people, who are desperate for the return of democracy and their rights and who are worried sick that immigration, beneficial though it may be, has got totally out of hand. They are sick of EU Law being superior to British Law, do not want open borders and want control of their own affairs.
The PM is certainly not fighting for EU reform. That turns out to have been a sham, because apparently he was simultaneously colluding with SERCO through Rupert Soames to get fat cats to warn us off the Leave campaign.
What is the meaning of his continually repeated phrase, the British are not quitters, and we can only change things from within? The EU doesn’t want change. Juncker wants a superstate, certainly not reform and Cameron doesn’t want reform either. When he negotiated for it, he clearly wasn’t serious.
The PM calls us “a proud, important country”, but really he thinks so little of Britain, he is happy to deprive us of our democratic rights, in exchange for rule by an unelected group of eurocrats, who threaten, mock and despise us.